A lady considering changing careers

Date: 29 March 2022

Time: 10am – 12noon

Event format: Virtual Group Coaching, via Teams

Cost: £60 payable directly to the Law Society (see link below)

Are you a busy lawyer desperate to quit the rat race and considering a change in career direction or a complete re-invention? Or, perhaps you’re trying to return to legal practice after a lengthy career break? If so, what’s getting in your way?

This two-hour virtual coaching session is designed specifically for solicitors across all levels of PQE seeking to return to the legal profession following a career break or those looking to change career direction but feel stuck. This inspiring and empowering group discussion is scheduled on 29 March 2022 between 10:00-12:00, providing essential tips to smash career blocks to enable you to move the dial forward.

Due to the interactive nature of the session, availability is limited, so secure your place soon! Please note that the workshop will not be recorded.

Who this is for?

Solicitors at all levels of PQE and returners

Learning outcomes:

SRA competence: A2, C1, C3

Throughout the session attendees will:

  • receive advice to allow them to successfully manage their career
  • provide direction for those that find themselves at a careers crossroads
What this will cover

This two-hour long interactive virtual session will be facilitated by Husnara Begum, careers consultant and legal coach and will cover the following:

  • External & Internal career blocks
  • Self-limiting beliefs: fact or fiction?
  • Tips and tools for managing unhelpful thought patterns
  • Beating fear and taking control
  • Overcome procrastination and developing a can-do mind set
  • Setting career goals
How you will learn

This is an interactive group coaching session. Due to its nature, places are limited to ensure everyone has a fair chance to contribute and ask questions.  To respect the confidentiality of all participants this workshop will not be recorded. To encourage as much interaction as possible we politely ask everyone to have their cameras switched on.

To register please click here.